Translation:The winter is from November to February.
Seems like there would be (at least) four ways to say "The winter is from November to February, unless I'm mistaken. I'm not sure if one can mix them up that way.
- O inverno vai de novembro até fevereiro
- O inverno vai de novembro a fevereiro
- O inverno é de novembro até fevereiro
- O inverno é de novembro a fevereiro
The winter in America may run from November to february, but down here in Brazil (where I'm aiming to expand on my Brazilian Portuguese) it generally runs from March/April until September. It's a little confusing to me, hearing in a southern hemisphere language that seasons where the language being spoken are opposite of when they actually are. Perhaps these translation-requests can be fixed to include the words "...in North America...", to assist English-speaking learners who are or will be living/visiting Brazil? Thanks, gang :)
Brazilian Portuguese is strictly a southern hemisphere language sir, as Brazilian Portuguese is in fact Brazilian. This course is specifically developed to teach Brazilian Portuguese, which is why I made the comment I did. (whilst mentioning Brazilian Portuguese specifically for the sake of clarity)
Thanks for your post. Portuguese is one of the most-spoken languages in the world, and yes of the countries who speak it Brazil is the largest in both population and land mass. Spring is hot here in my region this year, with many days already seeing mid-thirties Celsius! (today is October 13/2020)